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Six handwritten letters. McAllister talks mainly about Mormon Church procedures and personal matters. The items were written in Salt Lake City and at Fish Lake, Utah.
Handwritten and signed letters. Two are dated 19 Dec. 1894 and one is dated 20 Dec. 1894. William H. Seegmiller, Rebecca Standring, and Joseph F. Smith, later president of the Mormon Church, decline invitations to attend a reunion of workers on the Manti Temple.
The John Daniel Thompson McAllister correspondence consists of letters to and from John Daniel Thompson McAllister regarding, family and religious matters.
Typewritten letter, addressed to John D. T. McAllister, dated August 31, 1894, and signed by Wilford Woodruff and Joseph F. Smith. Woodruff and Smith inform McAllister that he will remain president of the Manti Temple after the return of the former president, Anthon H. Lund.
- Biography 1
- Families 1
- Fish Lake (Sevier County, Utah) -- History -- Sources 1
- Immigration and American Expansion 1
- Missions 1
- Missions and Missionaries 1
- Mormon Church -- History -- 19th century 1
- Mormon Church -- Presidents 1
- Mormon Church -- Presidents -- Autographs 1
- Mormon handcart companies 1
- Mormons -- Correspondence 1
- Mormons -- Songs and music 1
- Mormons -- Utah -- History 1
- Pioneers 1
- Poetry -- 19th century 1
- Salt Lake City (Utah) -- History 1
- Washington Monument (Washington, D.C.) 1 ∧ less
- Manti Temple (Manti, Utah) 4
- Smith, Joseph F. (Joseph Fielding), 1838-1918 2
- Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 1
- Lund, Anthon H., 1844-1921 1
- McAllister family 1